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Rugby World

Rugby World

March 2020

Rugby World is the voice of global rugby and the biggest-selling rugby magazine anywhere. Through its team of respected and professional writers, it offers unrivalled access to the players and coaches behind the thrilling clashes that define the sport of international rugby union. The magazine has four editions, one for each of the UK national teams, and delivers a comprehensive monthly package of rugby action, with hundreds of images that capture the excitement and passion that define this high-impact sport..

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what you should be talking about this month…

“Is Six Nations about results or development?” CHRIS BOYD described Saints’ recent performance against Benetton as “disgustingly dreadful”. Northampton won 33-20 but their director of rugby was dismayed by how they played. It throws up an interesting question as we head into the Six Nations: results or performances? Post-World Cup, every team is in a rebuilding phase to some extent, but how much focus they put on RWC 2023 could be key to their approach. Look at France. Fabien Galthié has not so much opted for the ‘new broom’ but a snow plough given the amount of fresh faces in his squad. He doesn’t have one eye on 2023 but both. He clearly feels blooding players now will give them the necessary experience for a tilt at the Webb Ellis Cup on home…

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“it’s all change for the 2020 six nations”

NEW COACHES, new captains, new players – there’s certainly a fresh feel to this year’s Six Nations, which is hugely exciting. The end of a World Cup cycle brings inevitable change, but this time there appears to be more than usual. Fabien Galthié has certainly gone for the ‘new look’ approach with an incredible 19 prospective debutants in his championship squad, while the buzz surrounding Welsh teenager Louis Rees-Zammit (P17) grows by the day. There are so many changes that it’s incredibly hard to predict what this Six Nations will deliver, but that is what makes it so enthralling. Can Galthié’s youngsters upset World Cup finalists England on the opening weekend? Will Wayne Pivac inspire a new attacking intent from Wales? How will Johnny Sexton and Stuart Hogg fare with the added responsibility…

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your rugby calendar

1st Crusaders (left) kick off their Super Rugby title defence against Waratahs in Nelson. Set your alarm for an early start – 6.05am – but it should be worth it to see if Scott Robertson’s team can continue their dominance of the competition and help their coach get over the disappointment of losing out to Ian Foster in the contest to be the next All Blacks coach. Catch it live on Sky Sports – and read our team-by-team guide on P92-99. 5th Ex-England wing Rory Underwood will present the match jerseys before British Police (below, in red) take on the RAF this Wednesday. If you fancy watching some rugby midweek, head down to East London RFC – close to West Ham and Plaistow tube stations. Kick-off is 8pm. 6th Catherine Spencer is the first former…

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the directory

FRI 31 JAN U20 Six Nations Ireland v Scotland (7.15pm, Irish Independent Park) Wales v Italy (7.35pm, Parc Eirias) Super Rugby Blues v Chiefs (6.05am) Brumbies v Reds (8.15am) Sharks v Bulls (5.10pm) TV All live on Sky Sports Greene King IPA Championship Yorkshire Carnegie v Nottingham Indigo Group Premiership Llanelli v Llandovery Newport v Ebbw Vale WEEKEND 1-2 FEB World Sevens Series (Men & Women, Sydney) SAT 1 FEB Guinness Six Nations Wales v Italy (2.15pm, Principality Stadium) TV Live on BBC/S4C/Virgin One Ireland v Scotland (4.45pm, Aviva Stadium) TV Live on ITV/Virgin One U20 Six Nations France v England (8pm, Stade des Alpes) Guinness Pro14 Cheetahs v Southern Kings TV Live on Premier Sports Super Rugby Sunwolves v Rebels (3.45am) Crusaders v Waratahs (6.05am) Stormers v Hurricanes (1.05pm) Jaguares v Lions (11pm) TV All live on Sky Sports Greene King IPA Championship Bedford v Jersey Coventry v Cornish Pirates Doncaster v London Scottish Ealing v Hartpury SUN 2 FEB Guinness Six Nations France v England (3pm, Stade…

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“at the force they called me hundy as they reckoned i wasn’t 100% all there!”

WHAT DID you make of Italy when you first moved over? It’s a beautiful setting in Treviso and obviously the lifestyle’s very good, the food and wine. When I first came over here I didn’t know what to expect because back in New Zealand I didn’t know Italy played rugby, as narrow-minded as it sounds. It wasn’t until I started doing my research, looking into it, that I saw they’re a proud rugby nation. With the cuisine, is it hard staying in decent nick? I’m pretty lucky in that department – I can pretty much eat what I want and it doesn’t go anywhere. I’ve got a fast metabolism. My wife is a lovely cook and she keeps me in shape. Who is your funniest team-mate? The Honey Badger, Nick Cummins. I…

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what’s on your phone

Last person you called My wife, Ana Last person you texted Apart from you? Ana again! Last picture you took A motorbike, a Harley Davidson Favourite social media We have a joint Facebook account but I’m not big on social media Last song you played It was a U2 song that automatically comes up in my car. No idea how! Last app downloaded Amazon Guilty pleasure app Clash of Clans where you raid rival bases Favourite WhatsApp group Coffee Mates – the foreign lads in the Italy squad…